Tag: Nightly Builds

Hugin fixes and Precise packages

While building the Hugin packages it creates an additional executable called linefind. Hugin needs this file to generate a panorama and it's now also included in the packages.

Since today nightly packages are also available for the upcoming Ubuntu Precise Pangolin (12.04LTS).

For more information have a look at …

While building the Hugin packages it creates an additional executable called linefind. Hugin needs this file to generate a panorama and it's now also included in the packages.

Since today nightly packages are also available for the upcoming Ubuntu Precise Pangolin (12.04LTS).

For more information have a look at the service page

Hugin updates and Oneiric packages

Hugin 2011.0.0 comes with some new features like the Python API and therefor it has a few new build dependencies. I have updated the build dependencies for the nightly builds. All the new features should be available now.

Since today there are also nightly builds available for the …

Hugin 2011.0.0 comes with some new features like the Python API and therefor it has a few new build dependencies. I have updated the build dependencies for the nightly builds. All the new features should be available now.

Since today there are also nightly builds available for the upcoming Ubuntu 11.10(Oneiric Ocelot).

Currently nightly builds are available for:

  • Ubuntu 10.04 LTS
  • Ubuntu 10.10
  • Ubuntu 11.04
  • Ubuntu 11.10

Cron jobs for NPB

Today I moved dionaea, hugin and suricata to the final build environment and I created some cron jobs to build the packages automatically every Saturday morning. I'm looking forward to provide new packages every weekend. This is the first test using a cron job to control the package build process …

Today I moved dionaea, hugin and suricata to the final build environment and I created some cron jobs to build the packages automatically every Saturday morning. I'm looking forward to provide new packages every weekend. This is the first test using a cron job to control the package build process so everything is still in the testing state.

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